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Old 11-18-2011, 09:35 PM   #11
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Aside from trying to chase it off what else do you do there?

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might upset some other players juuuuuust a bit.

Is that a problem???
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Is that a problem???
Some of the rednecks around here golf; which means they drink a LOT and attempt to play golf. I knew a guy when i was younger who got a badly broken leg from a drunken redneck in a cart on the course, when pissed about his drive the drunkard accidentally crushed the leg of dude waiting to tee off. Now, if some kid actually had dared to set off a firecracker during that attempt at a drive, maybe the kid would have the perma-limp.

I play disc golf, muuuuuch safer.
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:13 PM   #14
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I guess it just seems juvenile to me.

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Not really any worse than me throwing rocks at the cat that sells in my bass boat. now I read a story about a kill shelter that gasses there dogs and cats and one of them lived and was given a biblical name and checked out by a vet then adopted out it was on yahoo news two days ago. And I'm a dog lover I have always had lots of dogs up to 13 at one time. They described how they gas the animals and it really really pisses me off that there are kill shelters still where are the animal rights people on this. I have no problem killing a animal for food or if it is a threat to a person on doing damage to property. But to kill a dog or cat because no one wants it is wrong to me. Where the hell is PETA on this the shelter in my town is a kill shelter and I would like to see this changed in my town and all others I give money to the shelter in hopes that it keeps more dogs from being put down but I don't k ow if it really helps. I just don't see how this is not protested by animal rights activist as I said I hunt and only kill things I will eat ad do not hunt just for sport.

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Not really any worse than me throwing rocks at the cat that sells in my bass boat. now I read a story about a kill shelter that gasses there dogs and cats and one of them lived and was given a biblical name and checked out by a vet then adopted out it was on yahoo news two days ago. And I'm a dog lover I have always had lots of dogs up to 13 at one time. They described how they gas the animals and it really really pisses me off that there are kill shelters still where are the animal rights people on this. I have no problem killing a animal for food or if it is a threat to a person on doing damage to property. But to kill a dog or cat because no one wants it is wrong to me. Where the hell is PETA on this the shelter in my town is a kill shelter and I would like to see this changed in my town and all others I give money to the shelter in hopes that it keeps more dogs from being put down but I don't k ow if it really helps. I just don't see how this is not protested by animal rights activist as I said I hunt and only kill things I will eat ad do not hunt just for sport.

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I only want to know one thing. What is the cat selling in your boat? autocorrectors?

I agree on the rest of the issue you pointed out.
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:57 PM   #17
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I agree with Tch2fly. I don't think it was cruel but it was kind of mean. I wouldn't have gone out of my way to try to hit the deer, but sometimes things happen.

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With a rack like that i would have been tempted to SHOOT the damn thing and put the rack on my wall and the rest in my belly.......but thats just me.

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I only want to know one thing. What is the cat selling in your boat? autocorrectors?
Mexican catnip.
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Being a golfer (ok, I am a hacker, but I've been making divots for over 30 years), I can honestly say that it is nearly a miracle that he hit the deer. His swing is almost as bad as Charles Barkely's. I would have bet serious money after watching his practice swings and how he had lined up, that he would not have come within 25 yards of the deer.

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